Isaac Welsh

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Isaac Welsh
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14th Ohio State Treasurer
In office
January 8, 1872 – November 25, 1875
Preceded by S. S. Warner
Succeeded by Leroy Welsh
Member of the Ohio Senate
from the 20th district
In office
January 6, 1862 – January 4, 1864
Preceded by Marshall McCall
Succeeded by John C. Jamison
Member of the Ohio House of Representatives
from the Belmont County district
In office
January 4, 1858 – January 5, 1862
Preceded by James N. Turner
Robert Hamilton
Succeeded by Wilson S. Kennon
Personal details
Born (1811-07-20)July 20, 1811
Belmont County, Ohio
Died November 25, 1875(1875-11-25) (aged 64)
Belmont County, Ohio
Political party Republican
Other political
affiliations
Whig
Spouse(s) Mary A. Armstrong
Children Isaac Welsh
Religion Presbyterian

Isaac Welsh (July 20, 1811 – November 25, 1875) was a Republican politician in the state of Ohio who was in the Ohio House of Representatives, Ohio Senate, and was Ohio State Treasurer from 1872 until his death in 1875, when he was replaced by his son.

Isaac Welsh was born July 20, 1811 in Belmont County, Ohio. He was raised on a farm, and had little formal education. As an adult, he moved to Beallsville in Monroe County, and was in merchandising, but soon returned to Belmont. He was a Whig until that party collapsed.[1]

In 1857, and 1859, he was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives for the 53rd and 54th General Assembly as a Republican.[2] In 1861, he was elected from the 20th District to the Ohio Senate in the 55th General Assembly.[3] Presidential elector for Grant/Colfax in 1868[4]

Welsh was elected State Treasurer in 1871, and again in 1873. He died November 25, 1875, and his son Leroy Welsh was appointed to serve the remaining weeks of his second term.[1]

Welsh was married to Mary A. Armstrong of Belmont County.[5]

Welsh was a Presbyterian.[5][6]

Welsh died at his home at Washington Township, Belmont County, Ohio.[5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Smith 1898 : 289
  2. ^ Ohio 1917 : 282
  3. ^ Ohio 1917 : 241
  4. ^ Smith 1898 : 260
  5. ^ a b c Caldwell 1880 : 415
  6. ^ General Assembly 1862 : 37-38

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